Westbury, NY (PRWEB) October 4, 2007
Announcing its launch today is women's lifestyle magazine newcomer, Singleandfab.com. Geared towards young single professional women (21-35), Singleandfab.com advises its readers how to work towards their dreams rather than work their dreams around finding a spouse. While this web-based publication provides the usual fashion, beauty, and dating advice, you won't find any "How to Please Your Man" or "How to Make Him Fall in Love With You" articles. This publication is for independent women only.
In a celebrity-obsessed world, Singleandfab.com carves out its own niche highlighting the accomplishments of real women -- making it relatable to its readers. Offering exclusive interviews with young entrepreneurs, financial advice, and life balance tips, this publication serves as an online resource for savvy career women looking to balance their busy lives. From an aspiring fashion designer, to a marketing assistant, to a young businesswoman looking to set up her own shop, all can relate to and be inspired by Singleandfab.com.
Frustrated by the lack of articles teaching women how to empower themselves and become self sufficient, Singleandfab.com was born. Founder and editorial director, Tasha Bovain has worked hard to address the issues that define the single female -- from what she aspires to be in life to how she can achieve success on her own terms. "As the survivor of an abusive relationship, I know what it's like to have your power taken away. I want Singleandfab.com readers to feel totally fulfilled with or without a man," she says.
With single women averaging 54% of the population (2005 U.S. Census Bureau), Singleandfab.com will be the first publication specifically geared to reach this untapped market. For more information about Singleandfab.com, visit http://www.singleandfab.com.